All attention may be focused on Sony's Playstation 4 console which is likely to make its debut today. However, these alleged Kinect 2.0 specs are probably worth checking out.
The gaming world may be eagerly awaiting the arrival of Sony's Playstation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next), although neither will be able to match the raw horsepower of cutting-edge rigs when it comes to running Crysis 3 and up.
A new report claims Microsoft's Xbox 720 (Next) will ship with an updated version of Redmond's Kinect platform, which will apparently be capable of simultaneously tracking up to 6 individuals.
Earlier this week, we reported that Microsoft's upcoming Xbox 720 (Next) console may block used games and and require a persistent Internet connection.
Microsoft's upcoming Xbox 720 (Next) console will reportedly support wake-on-voice, natural language controls and speech-to-text.
We all know Microsoft's next-generation Xbox Next (720) will be debuting this year at E3 2013 in Los Angeles.
Sony has been understandably tight-lipped about its upcoming Playstation 4 system in recent months as the current console cycle winds down.
Microsoft's next-gen Xbox will reportedly act as a central hub to a number of devices, all of which are likely to carry an "X" branding, such as the 7-inch X-Surface gaming tablet.
There's nothing in the world that enflames hard-core fans more than claims that their beloved next-generation console isn't as powerful as the competition.
Both the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 have been around for an embarrassingly long time.
Microsoft's long-awaited Xbox 720 is apparently set to debut at E3 2013 this June in Los Angeles.
Nintendo's Wii U console is currently flying off the shelves, but outspoken Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter doesn't believe the system is ultimately capable of competing against Sony's PS4 or Microsoft's Xbox 720.
Nintendo may have recently rolled out its next-gen Wii U console, but it will be a year until Microsoft launches its long-awaited Xbox 720 in time for 2013 holiday season.
Although the new Xbox 360 Dashboard adds a lot of features, it gets rid of two of the most popular apps.
The man who founded video game company EA says the market he helped invigorate is now a minor target.
The industry can no longer afford to wait for the next generation of consoles.
Microsoft is taking efforts to increase its security.
The current (7th) generation of consoles is fast approaching the end of its life cycle, with sales declining some 30% year-over-year through the first half of 2012.
Microsoft has hired a network television executive.
Don't expect the next console generation to have a ton of multi million-dollar Ubisoft titles.